Artizan Hair Team
What is your experience history? What is your journey to where you are now?I have Hairdressing & Barbering NVQ’s.. Qualified to degree level & also qualified Asser. My journey is never ending & I’m looking forward to challenges ahead.
What education have you received in the last 5 years?NVQ II in Professional Cookery which gave me enough confidence to win Channel 4’s (Come Dine With Me) in 2010. I continue to learn & embrace new techniques & styles in my profession.
What makes you stand out from the others?Individual Charm with a charismatic personality similar to Marmite! You either love it or hate it!
What is your top tip?Whatever life throws at you… It’s never has bad as it seems. The old proverb is so true… Every cloud has a silver lining!
About you?Married Twice…! With Six children… now all grown up! (Thank God) Enjoy my part-time career occasionally ‘Body Doubling’ for Stanley Tucci & as a film extra Salsa dancing, Part-time DJ’ing & member of local Musical Theatre Company. Love playing Golf, following & supporting my local football team (LTFC) &……. PUB!! https://vimeo.com/147930512
What is your experience history? What is your journey to where you are now?I have NVQ level 3 in hairdressing. I first started off as a Saturday Girl seven years ago at Artizan and have worked my way up to Salon Manager.
What makes you stand out from the others?My fun loving personality and passion.
What education have you received in the last 2 years?I am currently undertaking a business builder course as part of our 365 servicve. I've had in house training with Salon professional ,Sebastian, Paul Mitchell.
What is your top tip?To get an extra day out of your hair when in is greasy use dry shampoo.
About youI am 23 years old and enjoy nights in with my pyjamas on whilst indulging in Coronation Street and Emmerdale.
What is your experience history? What is your journey to where you are now?NVQ'S level 1,2 gained through apprenticeship at Artizan, I started here through work experience and have worked my way up to a stylist position.Currently on the GHD Styling Programme.
What makes you stand out from the others?My enthusiasm and ginger locks.
What education have you received in the last 2 years?The education I have received within the last 2 years are, SP ,Sebastian,Paul Mitchell and GHD.
What is your top tip?Don't put moisturizers near your hairline once your hair has been styled as the humidity pushes the moisturizer up into your hair line which causes your hair to drop and ruin your beautiful hairstyle.
About you.I am 19 years of age and I am currently studying my level 3 at Barnfield college. I enjoy going to the cinema, my favourite all time film is Despicable me (BANNAAAAANAAA). I also love spending time with my family and seeing my friends.
WHAT IS YOUR EXPERIENCE HISTORY? AND WHAT IS YOUR JOURNEY TO WHERE YOU ARE NOW?I have been in the Hairdressing industry for 11 years working as an NVQ qualified Stylist and colour technician for the past 8. Once completing my apprenticeship I moved to London to further my training and education working for franchises such as Headmasters and Toni & Guy as well as various independent salons. Over the past 5 years I have been privileged to work as a session stylist and personal Hairdresser to the Boyband Union J working in TV, on photoshoots, music videos and on their tours whilst also working as a salon based Stylist.
WHAT MAKES YOU STAND OUT FROM THE OTHERS?I am a passionate and creative hairdresser who is a perfectionist when it comes to their job my main goal is seeing a client happy with my work. I am constantly looking for ways to improve my existing skills as the industry is always moving forward I think it is key to stay on trend and up to date with current styles & colours and like to push myself to ensure I achieve the best results.
WHAT EDUCATION HAVE YOU RECEIVED IN THE LAST TWO YEARS?
- Creative colouring, Balayage and Ombré techniques course at the L'Oréal Training academy.
- Olaplex education and training.
- HD Brows Makeup Artistry course
WHAT IS YOUR TOP TIP?When changing the shape of your hair through heat styling or blow drying let the hair cool down before dressing out, this will allow the style to set in place making it last longer. To keep your blowdry looking at its best till the next day tip your head upside down and twist into a loose bun on top of your head whilst you sleep this will keep the volume and your hair will bounce straight back into the shape you created.
ABOUT YOU?I'm 25 years old. I have a keen interest in health & fitness and enjoy going to the gym in my spare time. I also used to be a national gymnast competing for England twice. I have 7 tattoos, I love fashion and music. I am also the proud owner to a little Maltese terrier named Belle.
I am an very outgoing 37 year old Senior Stylist, I enjoy watching Ice Hockey when I get the chance, but I also like a quiet night in watching old school horror movies.
Although I'm qualified in City and Guilds Hairdressing, I'm always thirsty for new knowledge and current techniques.
In the past 5 years I have gained a lot of new skills from fellow stylists in my previous salons to help me become a more experienced stylist.
I hope to continue this working here at Artizan.
I like to think that my bubbly, friendly & eccentric personality differs from other stylists due to my ever growing collection of tattoos and piercings and the occasional dreadlocks.
My top tip is never straighten your hair without Professional Heat Protection.